2023 Nissan LEAF® Range, Charging & Battery
Impressive range, impressive power[]
GET WAY OUT THEREGo up to 212 miles on a single charge with Nissan LEAF’s available 60 kWh battery. []
CHARGING IS EASYThree different levels of charging means a plug-in is never out of reach. []
TALK TO YOUR NISSAN LEAFWherever you are, if you’ve got a compatible smartphone, you’re connected with your Nissan LEAF. [][]
Nissan LEAF Limited Warranty []
Our promise to you
Nissan LEAF Limited Battery Warranty
What’s covered under the EV system?
Complimentary rental car program
Nissan LEAF charging options and times
At home or on the go []
Getting your Nissan LEAF and you ready for your next adventure is as straightforward as plugging it in. The Nissan LEAF even lets you know when you are connected with a quick beep. With the 6.6 kW onboard charger and the Quick Charge Port, there is more than one way to keep your Nissan LEAF at full charge.
Most convenient —
240-V Home and public charging
With 41,469 Level 2 public chargers in the U.S. and at-home charging using a 240-V outlet and the Portable Charging Cable, finding the where to charge is as easy as the how to charge. []
480-V Public DC quick charging
With nearly 6,000 public DC quick charging stations across the country, you have an impressive number of locations to top off at while on longer drives. [][]
In a pinch —
120-V Standard outlet
Need a charge in a pinch? LEAF features a standard 120-V charging cable, which allows you to temporarily plug into a standard 120-V outlet for a Level 1 charge. []
Nissan Energy Perks by EVgo® Charging Program
The 2023 Nissan LEAF comes with a $100 charging credit for eligible customers. Restrictions apply.
Home charging solution
Nissan has teamed up with Wallbox to simplify your home charging experience. Whether you need a Level 2 home charger or a bundled home charger and home installation, we have you covered.
Where to charge your Nissan LEAF?
The ever-growing national charging network now includes nearly 4,000 CHAdeMO Quick Charging points and more than 41,000 Level 2 public stations in the U.S. And with select states offering electric vehicles the use of carpool lanes, getting to a public station is a cinch. [][]